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  • Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

    Ran across this the other day and thought it had great potential.

    Let's see what you can do with this one.

    ~Danny~
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    This is a great photo.

    I used the same steps I used in mini-challenge 98 (lighthouse), but played with the presets.
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    • #3
      Levels, blending modes.
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      • #4
        Danny:
        Thanks for the image Danny. Cheryl I really liked your impressionist style. SVSG your image was really interesting I like your dark tones that you have given images. I have tried for between the two of you in style.
        The following was done:
        1. Nik polarizer and brilliance & warmth
        2. Buzzed
        3. Embossed
        4. Curves
        5 Texture sandstone
        Thanks
        Bob
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        • #5
          svsg--nice work. I like how the mission tower looks lit from within.

          Bob--the soft sandstone texture is a nice compliment to the coolness of the sky and the warm tones of the mission.

          Don--great surreal effect. I like the slightly melted look of the building--it suits the old architecture (sp?).

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          • #6
            Hi everyone,


            very nice picture and one that inspires some very wild renditions.

            I downloaded it because I liked it so much but couldn't get anything decent out of it till tonight.

            Cheryl : your getting into a style of your own . I like the different colourblotches-tones very much. Just a pic that deserves this treatment.

            svsg : just as I would picture this building in a glorius sunset. Nice

            Bob : for whom the bell tolls!!! Lovely that light from into the tower and the dark ominous sky.

            Don : Your's seems to be in front of a big explosion. The laquer always delivers hé

            mine is a bit hot too:

            I used a layer with colourworks-heat filter
            a layer wher I selected only the building
            a routine sketch layer with colorize hue saturation to make it warmer and eliminate white-fad el white /softlight
            a background dupe with impressionist watercolor and PE waterpaper preset /softlight
            a dupe with buzz-edges usm and eliminate white-fade /multiply
            layer with texture

            done

            gina
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            • #7
              Very nice versions from everyone. I used a tutorial found here

              http://home.mchsi.com/~riverbend193/galena.html


              for mine. I did add a texture at the end.

              Ken
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              Last edited by KenB; 09-11-2003, 08:06 AM.

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              • #8
                I ran across the image on my hard-drive that I downloaded and made awhile ago. Guess I'll post it now, even though I don't remember what I did.

                -Jeff
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                • #9
                  Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                  Sorry lost count of all the silly things I did with this one.
                  I'm having a surreal moment I think.

                  Peter
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                  • #10
                    Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                    Hmmm, you think THAT'S surreal -- take this!
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                    • #11
                      Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                      Originally posted by CJ Swartz
                      Hmmm, you think THAT'S surreal -- take this!

                      My God that was quick,at least its not just my mind people can worry about

                      Peter

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                      • #12
                        Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                        Originally posted by Peter S
                        My God that was quick,at least its not just my mind people can worry about Peter
                        I'm thinking about each of the ways I can read that sentence --

                        "not JUST my mind people can worry about";

                        "not just MY mind people can worry about"

                        If anyone else wants Peter to wonder about their mind, here's what I did:

                        diffuse glow to channel(s)
                        duped layer
                        dark strokes on top layer - faded
                        duped layer
                        ran notepaper sketch with royal blue/yellowish green - set layer to Luminosity - then inverted layer and duped it

                        ran Torn edges - black/white - overlay layer blend with opacity reduced to 50%
                        ran Extrude on top layer
                        ran texture Craquelure on top layer

                        top layer - set to Overlay (inverted notepaper sketch with Torn edges, extrude and craquelure)
                        2nd - set to luminosity
                        3rd set to normal (diffused glow)

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                        • #13
                          Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                          Grrrrr, You Go Get 'Em CJ.

                          Janet

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                            Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                            I'm thinking about each of the ways I can read that sentence --

                            "not JUST my mind people can worry about";

                            "not just MY mind people can worry about"
                            CJ I think you should read, (or maybe you already have), "Eats, Shoots & Leaves" by Lynne Truss. Just be careful where you put the commas.

                            BTW it was no criticism, I liked the pic, I just forgot to say, sorry!

                            Peter

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                              Re: Creative interpretations: Arizona Mission

                              Going for a loose watercolor this time. Did DCSpecial's ICE4 filter, GIMP's Dilate filter and ported the result into CS2 for some Impressionist(CherylH Gouche) and Paint Engine (@Wetter2) enhancements.
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